D+ always asks to allow that exe to modify the registry root. For some reason it says no applicable policies are predefined, all I can do is allow the one request. If I later go and change that policy to Windows System Application, it will ask me again.
The problem lies in how the app is identified. %windir% is something you shouldn’t see in a D+ path. Once the app is manually added with the correct path the problems disappear. This alert was not caused on 3.10 last version. I am using the same rules I have been using for an year. I wonder if other apps that identify themselves with %variables% in their command line can do this aswell.
I looked for the rules and indeed found a few predefined policies from COMODO that use %windir%. So if the cause is not windir then why did this so suddenly and oddly happen with services.exe? Is it normal to have the “Use a predefined policy:” category grayed out saying no predefined policies can be used for this request? This is the first time I ever see that.